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Property Listings (Descriptions) Overview

Each property can have multiple descriptions sets, and each description set can have multiple sections.

A property description is the description displayed on the website for an individual property (unit). Below is an example of a property description:

http://www.floriwood.com/details.aspx?PID=33674

Each description is made from a series of user definable sections.

Below is an example of the default sections created when a new property is added:

Each section can be edited by using either the WYSIWYG editor or the HTML editor.

Each property can have unlimited sections. Sections can be added/deleted, and the order in which they appear can be set.

The description section also contain the meta-tag information for the search engine optimization, the title of the property that is displayed on the web site, the bullet points that appear in the search grid, the short description that can optionally appear in the search grid, and the featured properties section.

What is a Description Set

Each property can have multiple description sets. This is generally used in conjunction with the SuperSites. All descriptions that are used on SuperSites originate from the master account. A description for a property that appears on a SuperSite cannot be created in the SuperSite. The description must be created in the account, where the property originates (the master management company account). Then, the description can be sent (made available) to any SuperSite account with the permission of the originating master account.

Below are a few examples of how alternative descriptions can be used for SuperSites:

  1. You have made available a SuperSite for one of your agents. A generic description could be created without any emails or telephone numbers to allow the agent to market the property.
  2. You have created a web site in another language. The property description that is displayed could be a translated version of the original description and adapted for the second or third language website.
  3. You create a near duplicated website of the master website and update all the descriptions for the purposes of search engine optimization.

Each additional Description set section can also contain:

  • Meta-tag information for the search engine optimization.
  • Title of the property that is displayed on the web site.
  • Bullet points that appear in the search grid.
  • Short description that can optionally appear in the search grid and the featured properties section.